Did You See That House Coco Strayed?

Did You See That
House Coco Strayed?

4.26.06: It didn't take Sox center fielder  Coco  Crisp and wife, Maria, long to settle on a new spread. The  Crisps have paid nearly $1.8 mil for a 6,000 plus sq. ft. manse on three acres overlooking the Ipswich River in this town. The home is on Devonshire Rd., 23 miles away from Fenway.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Janice Knott)

The Milk Spokesman Is Getting Out of the 'Hood.
North of Boston is No Place Like Home as
the Center Fielder Is Moving Back to California

Globe: Coco Crisp Selling His Home in Middleton
(Makes It Easier to Make a Trade in July)

"The online listing doesn't identify Crisp by name, but gives a hint, saying the seller 'needs to be closer to Fenway Park.' " -- 1.7.07, Boston Globe Business Notebook

Maybe Coco Can Buy Manny's Condo, Which is Still for Sale?

Speaking of Clean Getaways ...

Randy is Going Back to AZ

(BDD Photo / Patrick Norton)

RJ Can't Take the Heat, Goes Back to Phoenix

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